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ComScore: Ahead of iPhone refresh, Apple outgrew Android and the iPhone took market share from Samsung, Motorola and LG
Android 2.3 Gingerbread Enters Its Death Throes. Finally!
Cat power: Apple's Mountain Lion is quickly marking its territory
Android 4.1's easter egg inevitably features jelly beans

BlackBerry Balance: A New BlackBerry 10 Feature For Perpetually Connected Consumers

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Guest author Sarah Rotman Epps is a Senior Analyst at Forrester Research. One of the most delightful product features I saw at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas earlier this month came from an unexpected source: the new BlackBerry 10 operating system from Research In Motion (RIM). While RIM...
BlackBerry Balance: A New BlackBerry 10 Feature For Perpetually Connected Consumers

Steve Jobs was right: Dropbox is a feature, not a product

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I’ve always been a big fan and committed user of Dropbox. Over the last couple years the handy file-sync app has gotten me out of many scrapes—when I need to access six-month-old interview notes when I’m out of town, it’s always a thrill to find them in my Dropbox. Along...
Steve Jobs was right: Dropbox is a feature, not a product

Report: Android, Symbian liable for for most mobile malware

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For years, Mac owners have gently rebuffed the myth that the Mac is so resistant to viruses because of "security through obscurity." No, they'd say, it's because the OS is better hardened against threats. Now the malware discussion has moved on to mobile, and that case is being debated anew:...
Report: Android, Symbian liable for for most mobile malware

VMware shakeup: Maritz is reportedly out

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Paul Maritz CEO of VMware at Structure 2011. A tech trade publication is reporting that VMware CEO Paul Maritz is being pushed out and will be replaced by Pat Gelsinger, the current COO of EMC. EMC owns roughly 80 percent of VMware, the market leader in server virtualization. It’s a...
VMware shakeup: Maritz is reportedly out

Non-volatile memory's future is in software

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Specification efforts by the bigiwgs of the server, storage and software industry will soon allow OSes and applications to recognize and take full advantage of new non-volatile memory....
Non-volatile memory's future is in software

Why more mobile OSes are good for you

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If you're bored with Android and iOS, never fear. There's a ton -- well, five -- nascent mobile operating systems coming toward you. And that's a good thing, even if you're on one of the big two. [Read more]...
Why more mobile OSes are good for you

iPhone SMS vulnerability not present in other OSes

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A flaw that makes it easier to send spoofed text messages to iPhones is not found in other smartphone platforms, according to researchers. [Read more]...
iPhone SMS vulnerability not present in other OSes
Red Hat: Yes, Windows 8 Machines Will Run Linux

Boot up: China's smartphone leaders, Chromebook's origins, Nexus look for free and more

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Plus startups in Palestine, Nokia gets tough on VP8, why nobody cares about your smartphone beliefs, Apple fixed password hole, and moreA burst of 13 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamAs Obama visits the West Bank, Palestinians reach for their tech startup future >>...
Boot up: China's smartphone leaders, Chromebook's origins, Nexus look for free and more

Can Windows Phone 8 save Microsoft?

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Earlier this week, while hurricane Sandy harassed the east coat and forced Google to release Android 4.2 and its new Nexus devices via an unceremonious blog post, Microsoft held an event in San Francisco that finally filled in the remaining Windows Phone 8 blanks. Following the release of Windows 8,...
Can Windows Phone 8 save Microsoft?

Apple And Samsung Devices Could Soon Be Used At The Pentagon

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Is it time for BlackBerry's monopoly at the Defense Department to be dispatched with full military honors? The faint bell you may hear in the distance is the one tolling for BlackBerry. The Pentagon has given the green light (and the A-OK sign, and probably shouted, "go, Go, GO!")...
Apple And Samsung Devices Could Soon Be Used At The Pentagon

Concept: iOS icons get a Windows Phone Live Tile and Android widget makeover [Video]

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Apple’s iOS platform may have millions of users, but not everyone is entirely comfortable with how it operates and the features it offers. As the smartphone wars rage on, both Google and Microsoft have iterated their own mobile operating systems to differentiate themselves from their rivals. Microsoft might be on...
Concept: iOS icons get a Windows Phone Live Tile and Android widget makeover [Video]

Android marches on: Google OS set to overtake Symbian as China’s most active smartphones

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A report last week showed that China had overtaken the US as the market which activates the most new Android and iOS smartphones in the world. However, back to reality, and neither operating system can claim to be dominant in China’s mobile space…although one is likely to be soon. Nokia’s...
Android marches on: Google OS set to overtake Symbian as China’s most active smartphones

Ecosystem, Timing Work Against Canonical's Ubuntu For Smartphones

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Canonical, the makers of the Ubuntu open source operating system, first hinted that it would be making firmware for smartphones in late 2011. The technorati were dubious at the time, knowing full well that smartphone OSes are difficult to produce and that Ubuntu may be ill-suited to small form factors....
Ecosystem, Timing Work Against Canonical's Ubuntu For Smartphones

Enyo arrives to Windows 8, WP8 and Blackberry 10 with version 2.2

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Enyo originally came along from HP to help developers create resolution-independent webOS apps, but since version 2.0, it's become platform agnostic. While support for Windows 8 and WP8 through IE10 has been around for awhile, version 2.2 now brings packaged app creation for those OSes along with Blackberry 10...
Enyo arrives to Windows 8, WP8 and Blackberry 10 with version 2.2

Why Microsoft Should Allow Third Parties to Sell WinPhone Apps

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Microsoft has said that it will require applications developers for its upcoming Windows Phone OS to sell their apps exclusively through the company’s official storefront, reversing a long-held strategy of allowing a host of third-party retailers to sell Windows Mobile offerings. It’s a move that’s sure to destroy some of...
Why Microsoft Should Allow Third Parties to Sell WinPhone Apps
Why iCloud integration on Apple’s Mountain Lion OS fails

Asus crams Windows 8 and Android 4.1 into one gargantuan tablet (hands-on

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Asus's 2013 lineup includes some products we've seen before, but now have release dates. Foremost among them: An all-in-one desktop/tablet combination that attempts to merge the best of two worlds. Asus Transformer AiO At first blush, the Transformer All-in-One P1801 looks like a relatively ordinary all-in-one PC, except for...
Asus crams Windows 8 and Android 4.1 into one gargantuan tablet (hands-on
How Apple could build a $249 8" tablet and beat the Nexus 7 at its own game

BlackBerry, Windows Phone Still Lack Popular Apps

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The BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone 8 OSes are struggling to keep up with the most popular third-party apps on iOS and Android, this exclusive analysis shows....
BlackBerry, Windows Phone Still Lack Popular Apps

EU privacy watchdog issues new recommendations for App Stores & developers

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Following investigations into Google and others, EU privacy watchdog group known as the Article 29 working group have today issued new guidelines for mobile app developers. The group is made up of EU data and privacy protection authorities and the new recommendations extend to “all other parties involved in the...
EU privacy watchdog issues new recommendations for App Stores & developers

Mobile Payment Solution LevelUp Now Seeing $1M Per Month In Transactions; Launches API

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With increasing smartphone adoption and with users in turn becoming more and more comfortable with using their mobile devices to do things traditionally reserved for the Web or desktops, everything is going mobile. When you look at mobile transactions, paying for services or goods with your phone, there is a...
Mobile Payment Solution LevelUp Now Seeing $1M Per Month In Transactions; Launches API

Mac users get an official Ubuntu One client

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Google's Drive file storage and synchronization service may often claim a larger share of media headlines than Canonical's competing Ubuntu One cloud service does, but this week Ubuntu One gained a critical competitive edge. Specifically, after spending a few months in beta, Ubuntu One's client for Mac OS X...
Mac users get an official Ubuntu One client
Microsoft's Ballmer predicts 400M Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 devices by next year
Google Chrome OS Busts Out Of Browser With New Interface
What does it mean when iPhone users complain about Instagram on Android?
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?